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Die Puppen werden von Hand gefertigt und der Herstellungsprozess dauert 3-10 Tage, bitte haben Sie Verständnis.

Name: BJD Puppe
Typ: Interaktive Puppen,Modepuppe,Matroschka-Puppe
Eigenschaften: Cartoon, Modell, Pädagogisch, DIY-Spielzeug, Weich, Geschenk
Anteil: 1/3
Puppenmaterial: Fortschrittliches Harz

Eigenschaften:
Körper: Puppe mit Kugelgelenk; Gelenk beweglich; Die meisten menschlichen Handlungen können nachgeahmt werden.
Augen: 3D-Augen mit Wimpern; Kann die Augen ändern.
Haar: hohes Simulationshaar, Haar abnehmbar.
Features: Posen wechseln, Make-up wechseln, sich verkleiden, Haare wechseln.

Augapfel: 14 mm
Kopfumfang: 19,0 cm
Halsumfang: 8,2 cm
Schulterbreite: 11,5 cm
Armlänge: 20,3 cm
Fehlschlag: 22,8 cm
Taille: 16,8 cm
Armumfang: 25,0 cm
Beinlänge: 37,0 cm
Oberschenkelumfang: 14,7 cm
Wadenumfang: 9,1 cm
Knöchelumfang: 6,2 cm
Fußbreite: 2.5cm
Fußlänge: 6,5 cm

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1 * BJD-Puppe
1 * Kleidungsset
1 * Paar Schuhe
1* Perücke
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